💰 10 websites that will help you conquer the world of startup fundraising
Read this if you're looking to raise funding
If you’re building a SaaS I know you must have thought about a juicy round raise at least once.
Even if you’re a die-hard bootstrapper.
If you’re looking to raise,
I’m here to help.
Here are 10 websites that will help you conquer the world of startup fundraising 👇️
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10 websites that will help you conquer the world of startup fundraising
#1 Billion Dollar Pitch Decks
Pitch decks from startups that are now worth over $1B.
#2 Extensive Investor List
Access to over 78k VCs & investors.
Create beautiful pitch deck presentations.
#4 Startup Decks
Startup decks that get you funded.
Find valuable VC information on startups they invested in, common industries, and much more.
Track outreached investors through a CRM optimized for startup fundraising.
#7 YCombinator Startup Library
Curated library of best insights, advice & guides for startups.
#8 Seed Checks
Quickly validate your startup online.
Learn, monitor, and grow your startup valuation.
#10 Acquire Blog
Everything you need to buy and sell startups.
Now you have all the right tools to learn, build and prepare your next potential pitch deck.
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🔝 Top Tweets
Here are the 2 top tweets from this week:
You don’t build a successful SaaS startup by knowing how to develop it.
You build a successful SaaS startup by knowing what mistakes to avoid.
Follow this guide to avoid the most common SaaS pitfalls:
— Ognjen Gatalo (@ognjengatalo)
Apr 28, 2023
I spent over $10,000 on courses so you don’t have to.
Here are the top 23 things I learned:
— Boris | SaaS CRO 📈 (@theborisg)
Jun 14, 2022
🔥 SaaS Fire
SaaS products so good they'll light up your week:
Lemlist is a cold email automation tool that keeps your pipeline on autopilot. They recently released Lemlist v4 which is faster than ever.
Quicklines goes hand in hand with Lemlist, allowing you to automate personalized cold email first lines writing with AI, based on your prospect’s LinkedIn, location & industry.
💡Idea of the Week
Here’s the SaaS idea of the week:
B2B Contract Automation Software that streamlines the contract lifecycle, from creating and drafting contracts to managing and storing them. Allows you to upload the contracts that are trustful & have AI run through and compare them with the new contract in order to summarize how it can potentially affect the partnership further down the road.
The software automates many of the manual tasks involved in contract management, freeing up time for employees to focus on more strategic tasks
The AI feature of the software ensures that contracts are compliant and that important terms and clauses are not overlooked, reducing the risk of legal disputes and financial penalties
Storing sensitive contract data in the cloud may raise data privacy concerns for some businesses
The software may not be fully customizable to meet the specific needs of some businesses
This issue of SaaS Strats was a quick one to read.
I wanted to switch things up a bit.
Let me know how you like the resource-based issues and if I should send out more of them again in the future.
Would love to read your thoughts.
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Until next week,
Keep on SaaS'n.
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Chief SaaS Strategist ☁️
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